2014 MACPHAIL “SONOMA COAST” PINOT NOIR
Sometimes different is good, right? Made in a rich, velvety style that comes packed with finesse and oozes concentrated fruits, MacPhail’s Sonoma Coast Pinot wafts feverishly from the glass with expressions of dark plum, while memories of violets, Indian spices and sweet rose petals tickle your senses into diving in for another sip. Crafted by James MacPhail and consulting winemaker Matt Courtney, who spent 8 years working under Helen Turley at Marcassin… At under forty per bottle this Pinot is different, because it delivers a seriously high level of enjoyment at a price that is very un-Marcassinesque.
Forged from vineyards in the Petaluma Gap, Green Valley, Southeastern Sonoma and the Sebastopol Hills, the 2014 incorporates fruit from several of the winery’s single vineyard bottlings, which retail for around $50/btl… Kept for 11 months in barrel and aged sur lie, a French term meaning literally ‘on the sediment’. The sur lie style aging plays a large roll in the wine’s abundant layers and rich texture. I strongly recommend a case of this classic Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir…
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2014 MACPHAIL "SONOMA COAST" PINOT NOIR
Winery Notes: "...Selections from the Petaluma Gap and Green Valley, southeastern Sonoma and the Sebastopol Hills drive the blend, which in this offering is quite simply pretty, with a medium body and floral notes leading to somewhat spicy, herbal, even earthy aromas followed by pomegranate, tart sour cherry and just a hint of sweet cherry jam. It's a wine with a sense of purpose, and that purpose is pure enjoyment."
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